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Greg answers questions about why we’re responsible for our sin, who Romans 7 is referring to, and how we know Luke was a close associate of Paul.
Greg answers questions about how God can love if love requires the ability to choose good or evil and why Hebrews 1:4–5 says Jesus became superior to the angels.
Greg takes questions on how to honor an abusive father, whether faith is trusting God can do something or will do something, the Trinity as an issue of salvation, and atheists using Scripture to object to God’s morality.
Greg answers questions about whether Isaiah 54:10 applies to Christians, why Jesus says we must become like children, an agnostic person in the worship band, and attending baby showers for unwed mothers.
Greg talks about what students are facing, reads a letter from someone who’s teaching apologetics to junior highers, then takes questions on decision making and the church being overcome.
Greg explains what Jesus meant by being unified with other believers and how we can remain unified despite our differences.
Greg answers questions about whether Jesus was racist, how to respond to someone who shouts you down, why we don’t cast lots, and the new heavens and the new earth.
Greg continues responding to a question about contractualism from the previous podcast then answers questions about whether God created us to worship Him, Sam Harris’s view of morality, and more.
Greg answers questions on the cosmological argument, reaching those who are “spiritual but not religious” and the inerrancy of the Gospels.
The “paraphrase principle” trades on two obvious features of language, and it will help you weed out bad Bible interpretations.